Bhavani Bharati, Sri Aurobindo’s only poem in Sanskrit, written between 1904 and 1908, speaks of the awakening of the Indian heart and mind to the cry of the Shakti, the Mother of the Nation, to work untiringly to bring about the victory of Truth over Falsehood, of Dharma over Ignorance. Later, in his Essays on the Gita, Sri Aurobindo reminds us – “We do not belong to the past dawns, but to the noons of the future.” Taking inspiration from these, Sri Aurobindo Society has renamed its vertical on Indian Culture as ‘AUROBHARATI’ with the guiding spirit of our work reflected in the phrase ‘India – From Past Dawns to Future Noons’.
AuroBharati strives to rediscover the genius and outstanding magnificence of Indian culture and works to apply it dynamically to life and all its activities in modern India. It aspires to evoke among the youth a great love for India, pride in their heritage and an aspiration and will to create an even greater future. We are guided by Sri Aurobindo’s words - “A rebirth of the soul of India into a new body of energy, a new form of its innate and ancient spirit, …must insist much more ﬁnally and integrally than it has as yet done on its spiritual turn, on the greater and greater action of the spiritual motive in every sphere of our living.”
To read more about various works of AuroBharati, visit our website - https://aurobharati.in/